Molife has announced the launch of its latest smartwatch in the Indian market which is the Sense 500. This is the first smartwatch in the Indian market that comes with a 4.3cm (1.7”) Infinity Display with 2.5D curved edges and a BT calling feature.

Commenting on this launch, Mr. Deepesh Gupta, Managing Director at Molife said, “After the successful launch of our first two smartwatches, we are excited to introduce the third smartwatch from Molife’s Sense series. The Sense 500 is a versatile smartwatch when it comes to innovation and design. With a vision to glorify the smart wearable segment in the foreseeable future, we have set our mission to provide best-in-class smartwatches to every Indian. Our sole aim has been to provide our customers with innovative technology which is reliable and trustworthy. Keeping this in mind, we will go forth and bring innovation in the Indian market while supporting the make in India and made for India vision.

Talking about the actual watch itself, it boasts a 1.7″ Display with 2.5D curved edges and an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy case, it is a very durable watch as well. This Sense 500 watch offers a huge variety of cloud-based watch face options to choose from. Users can also customize the watch face as per their liking and change watch straps as per their choice, occasion, and outfit.

It comes with a 220mAh battery, which according to the company should be at least 3 days. Moving on to the Bluetooth version of this watch, it comes with Bluetooth 5.0 which is a great addition.

Now for the price of this watch, It is priced at Rs. 4499, and is available in two color variants which are Coal Black & Mystic Silver, and will be exclusively available on Amazon and from 1st March. As part of the inaugural offers, consumers can purchase the smartwatch at INR 3999/- for the first week. Post this duration, the product will also be available on Myntra and Flipkart for customers to purchase.

Well with that said, do let us know your opinions on this new Sense 500 watch, by dropping a comment down below.

Madhav is a Tech Enthusiast and a Gamer. He also writes for The Automotive Blog, where he covers Auto related news.